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Living one day at a time.

Jesus tells us in Matthew 6:34, “Do not be anxious about tomorrow, for tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.” Jesus’ point is much more practical than we often think. Continue reading “Living one day at a time.”

A king for Israel.

A king for Israel.

1 Samuel 8:1-9

 

After Samuel was old having judged Israel for 40 years, knowing he could no longer do the job, he appointed his sons as judges. The Bible tells us that these men were evil, corrupted men, and did not walk in the way of Samuel which created a problem. The elders of Israel were upset and demanded a king to lead them that was like the nations around them. This vacuum of good leadership is what lead them to demand a king. Apparently, they felt like these young judges had failed them and they needed a better way to lead the nation. Continue reading “A king for Israel.”

A Christian Is…

A Christian Is…
By R. W. McAlister

In writing to the saints at Corinth, the apostle Paul said, “What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? 20For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God’s” (I Cor. 6:19-20). Continue reading “A Christian Is…”

“I’m tired” is no reason to miss Sunday

“I’m tired” is no reason to miss Sunday

“I had a long week of work.”

“We had a busy weekend and I wanted the kids to be rested for school on Monday.”

“We did yard work all day Saturday and I was just worn out.” Continue reading ““I’m tired” is no reason to miss Sunday”

God’s will for your life.

In today’s article, I want to start a series of articles about finding God’s will for your life. It is an important question and one I encourage you to consider. Yet, the problem most have with this question is where they focus the question. Continue reading “God’s will for your life.”

Ruth: A Real Overcomer.

I just recently read the book of Ruth and wanted to share some things I learned from it. The more I read this book the more I appreciate the heartache and struggle of this great little book. Continue reading “Ruth: A Real Overcomer.”

Are You Faithful?

Are You Faithful? By Caleb J. Rutherford

A used car dealer said to a potential customer: “This one has very low mileage. The former owner drove it only when he could get it started..” Continue reading “Are You Faithful?”

A Relative?

A Relative?

By Larry Pasley

    A husband and his wife were riding along together in a car. They had been quarreling and hadn’t spoken for a long time. Finally, they passed a mule in a pasture. The man pointed to the mule and asked his wife, “A relative of yours?” Without a moment’s hesitation, she responded, “Yes, by marriage.” Continue reading “A Relative?”

The significance of “Seven.”

Over the past weeks, we have been looking at John’s gospel and the significance of the number seven. I hope it has been interesting and enlightening for each of you. Each group of seven conveys an important idea for us about Jesus and his role in our faith. Continue reading “The significance of “Seven.””

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